Category Archives: African House Snake

More African House snakes are hatching tonight.

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All of the African House snakes are out.

These snakes rank with Corn snakes in ease of care. I really like them. Here is a pic from this morning.

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Baby African House snakes are leaving the eggs

One albino and 4 normals. One of the normal babies has a misshapen tail and I think I will euthanize it. Below is the albino baby when I got home from work. It must have just emerged from its egg … Continue reading

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African House snakes are pipping

My first clutch of African House snakes are hatching. Happy day! I bought the adults when they were little hatchlings in the spring of 2013 and they were sold as heterozygous for amelanism (albino). Very pleased that the first little … Continue reading

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Blog Radio Interview

More of a two hour discussion about all kinds of different stuff. Was a lot of fun. LINK

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African house snake eating a pink mouse this weekend.

Great snakes that can be bought for very little. I have seen them for $14 each. They should be more popular. Highly recommended as a first pet snake. A colubrid from Africa that is non-venomous, constricts, and has elliptical pupils… … Continue reading

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